There are three ways to pronounce the final -ed of regular verbs in the simple past.
The phrase could have refers to something that was possible but did not occur in the past. In informal speech, it is contracted to could've, not could of.
The simple present and simple past of the auxiliary verb DO are frequently contracted with the negative adverb not.
The simple past is formed by adding -ed to the base form of the verb (the infinitive without to).
The English words affect and effect are often confused even by native speakers - don't let their mistakes affect your English.
The present progressive, also called the present continuous, is formed with the verb BE conjugated in the simple present followed by a present participle.
This lesson explains one of the very important roles of the verb DO: the formation of negative phrases.
This lesson explains the meaning of each modal verb and provides example sentences.
This lesson explains the grammar of modal verbs and where they are placed in a sentence or question.
The past perfect progressive, also called the pluperfect progressive is a compound verb form. It requires three verbs: had + been + verb+ing.
In English, the present participle of a verb has several functions.
The simple present of the verb BE can be contracted in two ways: with a subject pronoun or with the negative adverb not
Verbs are the words in a sentence that indicate an action, a state of being, or possession.
The verb DO plays an enormous role in the English language. It is the most important verb after BE.
The verb DO plays an essential role when asking questions.